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Member: twomoredays

CollectionsYour library (757), Wishlist (953), Currently reading (3), To read (264), Read but unowned (4), Favorites (106), All collections (1,710)

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About my libraryMy reading at bkkeepr

Groups20-Something LibraryThingers, Altered Art, American Postmodernism, ARC Junkies, Blank Generation, Books in Books, Books on Books, Chuck Palahniuk, Commodity Histories & Micro-Histories, Depression and Anxiety: Books That Helpshow all groups

Favorite authorsPaul Auster, Italo Calvino, Mark Z. Danielewski, Dave Eggers, Jeffrey Eugenides, Jonathan Safran Foer, Kay Redfield Jamison, Jack Kerouac, Jon Krakauer, Jhumpa Lahiri, C. S. Lewis, Chuck Palahniuk, Saul Williams (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBarnes & Noble Booksellers - Columbia Mall, Boulder Book Store, Columbia Books, Get Lost Bookshop, Harvard Book Store, Porter Square Books, Tattered Cover Book Store - Colfax Avenue (Denver)

Favorite librariesColumbia Public Library (Daniel Boone Regional Library System)


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Member sinceFeb 4, 2006

Currently readingInfinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared Diamond
How people change by Timothy S. Lane

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Since you've helped add Common Knowledge about Tournament of Books winners in the past, I thought you might be interested in joining us in ranking this year's entries in a LibraryThing List. Hope to see you there!
Just a reminder! One week from today, on February 1, 2010, we will begin our Missouri Readers discussion of “The Moonflower Vine” by Jetta Carleton. We’ve started a thread, but try to avoid spoilers until next week!
Reminder: The Missouri Readers will start discussing The Death of Sweet Mister by Daniel Woodrell next Monday (12/28)! Come visit with your questions and comments!

Merry Christmas!
YOu are on my friends list so I think I ought to invite you to my thread. Hope to see you there.
Saw you liked Trainspotting, and I was wondering if you'd be interested in reviewing my new novel and posting your comments here (as well as on a few other book-related sites). Thought you might like it since it's also about a group of disturbed kids and a bit dark. I'd be glad to e-mail you the novel in an e-book format if you'd like. Let me know if you're interested. Here's a link to a summary in case you're interested:

TMD - after much agreeableness, the MO group has finally decided on The River Wife, starting discussion on March 1. I hope that works for you! I'm sure you're super busy with classes and all (and good luck with all that, by the way!)

Great you have the meaning of tingo!
hi tmd! I'm not sure if you saw it or not, but we're thinking about getting started on another MO group read in the next few weeks. Interested? Stop by and let us know!

You might find this book somewhat interesting: When Nietzsche Wept, by Irvin D. Yalom; I found out about it over in the Existentialism group and immediately ordered it from Amazon.
I have enjoyed your contributions to the HH and Christianity discussions. I didn't want to derail the HH thread, so I thought I'd contact you here.

You won't know until you explore, I suppose, whether you really are Quaker. But if you choose to do so, please be sure to investigate which branch of Quakerism you are visiting. There are three major Quaker denominations, and they are quite different (some might even say unrecognizable) from each other. I became a Quaker as an adult, then left the denomination because it really wasn't a good fit . . . but I still always rank high in Quaker on Belief-O-Matic. I'm sure it's because of my theology; and some Quaker denominations put a lot of emphasis on spiritual seeking (for the truth). For me, it was a good place to sojourn for a while on my spiritual journey. But theology doesn't always make a denomination a good fit in the long run.
I just finished looking at your library. It is quite interesting.

Losing the ability to read is terrifying. It's a fear I still have. Glad that you overcame what life handed you and you were again able to read.

Once you have it taken from you it is funny how it means so much more when you get it back. There are times when I am thankful for being ill as it makes me realize just what I had.

Hope to keep in touch. Thanks for accepting the invite and sending a nice message to top it all off.

Bye for now
Thanks for letting me know about the thread, I'll definitely be checking in to see what's going on. Thanks for the heads up!

- DJ
That was perfect, actually. Thank you.
I saw your comment in TGD, and I became curious about your username. What made you choose it?

You a formally invited to join the Green Dragon!
No more lurking.
Hi. On Go Review That Book!, I've created a group Wiki page to keep track of the progress of the game and the reviews that have been generated. Some may find it easier to read the reviews by having them in one handy place. There's a discussion thread in the group and this is the first Wiki page if you are interested in having a look. To avoid any difficulties with copyright, I'm seeking your consent to add your reviews to the group Wiki page.
I've now added a little more about 'Slightly Foxed' and hope to add more through the next week or two.
Thank you for leaving a note about your confusion.

You asked about "Three Cups of Tea." Right now I'm about 1/2 way through and really enjoying it. If it's in your TBR pile I'd either pull it out to read or move it to the top of the list. It's very uplifting to know there are people in this world who do things for other not because it's self gratifying but because it is truly the right thing to do.

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